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The Wall Street Journal: Human behaviour is the other puzzle for climate-change modelling

Modelling social phenomena has much in common with modelling floods and heat waves, but it also poses new challenges, according to Andrew Coburn, chief executive of Risilience Ltd., the UK risk-analysis company spun out of Cambridge Judge Business School last…

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Shared governance – benefitting from a diverse range of stakeholders

Cambridge Judge Business School hosts this week a first annual Conference on Shared Governance, in conjunction with Stanford University. Professor Mauro Guillén, Dean of Cambridge Judge, explains why shared governance can help address issues ranging from climate change to inequality.…

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Shared governance – benefitting from a diverse range of stakeholders.

Scholarships for green initiatives

Banco Santander and Cambridge Judge Business School offer 1,000 scholarships for sustainability and climate change studies. Banco Santander and Cambridge Judge Business School announced that they are offering 1,000 scholarships for an online programme aimed at people who would like…

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1000 scholarships for green initiatives.

Market Screener: Banco Santander and Cambridge Judge Business School offer 1,000 scholarships for sustainability and climate change studies

Cambridge Judge Business School, in partnership with Banco Santander, is offering 1,000 scholarships aimed at people who would like to play an active role in green initiatives in their working environment, regardless of sector, or who wish to reorient their…

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SupChina: Decarbonising China with Giuliana Auinger

Chris Marquis, Professor of Chinese Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, talks to Giuliana Auinger, the Asia Head of Sustainability for French multinational Schneider Electric. They discuss the challenges of sustainability and decarbonization for companies and countries and the key…

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Bloomberg Tax: SEC climate plan leaves open path to use global green standards

Alan Jagolinzer, Professor of Financial Accounting and Director of the Centre for Financial Reporting & Accountability (CFRA) at Cambridge Judge Business School, said demand for more in-depth reporting standards will mount along with the risks of climate change, and with…

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Phys.org: Cold and wet hits US states harder in some sectors

A new study co-authored by Kamiar Mohaddes, Associate Professor in Economics & Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, breaks new ground by looking at environmental impact over five decades on 10 different economic sectors in 48 contiguous U.S. states. "The…

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Cold and wet hits US states harder in some sectors

Climate change, not just hot and dry but also cold and wet weather, negatively impacts 10 economic sectors in 48 US states, finds a new 53-year study led at the University of Cambridge. Most climate-change studies have focused on the…

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Cold and wet hits US states harder in some sectors.

Cambridge Network: Cambridge Festival – can we save our planet?

David Reiner, senior lecturer in technology policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, is part of the Cambridge Festival “UK Energy price crisis” panel, exploring the implications and challenges involved in the crisis. They also discuss what the regulatory developments could…

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How do climate risks affect trading behaviour?

by Andreas Charisiadis, Research Assistant, Cambridge Centre for Finance and Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance Mitigating climate change has become one of the defining challenges of our time. Indeed, there is global concern about the potentially disastrous long-term consequences…

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